Acupuncture In The Military

Managing pain and other ailments might not always require a pill bottle.  More people are turning to alternative ways to treat severe and sometimes stubborn conditions.  The so-called father of acupuncture in the military has not only tailored a procedure that’s seen results downrange, he’s now training hundreds of other doctors across the services.

Video provided by The Pentagon Channel  


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One Response to Acupuncture In The Military

  1. Terry Chen says:

    Great video. I’m glad to see acupuncture being utilized to help the troops. It is such an effective and cost effective medicine; it makes perfect sense for use in military forums.

    Terry Chen, L.Ac.

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